I recently wrote about a dream I had about celestial signs and seeing Jesus in the sky, Wonders in the Sky & the Stars Shall Fall! I have received confirmation on the choreographed dance that these translucent objects were moving in and have more understanding of what this dream meant!
“Wonders in the Sky
Last night, I had a dream that we were all looking up at the sky. I noticed that on either side of the sun were translucent objects (perhaps moons or planets). So there was one translucent object, the sun, and then another in a horizontal line. The translucent objects on either side of the sun were moving in an almost choreographed dance or pattern. Then the sun stopped shining as something was blocking it or eclipsing it. I began to see that it was the Son of Man, Jesus, on the cross in the sky for all the world to see. I knew in my spirit that with this celestial event the world would finally know that Jesus is the Son of God. I believe Jesus being on the cross in the sky correlates with what it says in Matthew 24, ‘…all the tribes of the Land will mourn….'”
There have been many articles written about the recent discovery of dwarf galaxies moving in a “coordinated dance” around the larger galaxy Centaurus A.
This has baffled astronomers because where they expected chaos, they found order. This also challenges the underlying assumption or theory of dark matter.
Here are some quotes from articles that were written today that can explain the impact this finding could have. While I am a lover of the Creator of our Universe and novice astronomy enthusiast, I don’t pretend to be an expert in Astronomy…so here ya go:
“Scientists thought the Milky Way and Andromeda galaxies were unique: They’ve got rings of smaller dwarf galaxies orbiting in what seems to be a synchronized fashion. But when a team of scientists recently looked at another galaxy, they realized it also seemed to shepherd a flock of dwarfs in a strange, synchronized dance. That’s not supposed to happen.
Sure, you would expect to find one galaxy with this behavior, study author Oliver Müller from the University of Basel in Switzerland told Gizmodo. “But two or three is startling.”
‘There should be pure chaos and not order,’ said Müller. ‘To find everywhere we look this extreme order where we expect disorder—this is strange.’
The model physicists use to account for the universe’s behavior since the Big Bang is called the “lambda-CDM” model….
Our home galaxy, the Milky Way, and Andromeda have both thrown a wrench in that model, with disks of dwarf galaxies orbiting them sort of like Saturn’s rings. Perhaps these two galaxies were outliers, thought some. Or maybe there’s something strange about our “Local Group” of galaxies, which contains Milky Way and Andromeda.
The researchers used data from a survey of galaxies taken by the Parkes Telescope in Australia to look at Centaurus A, which is not a member of the Local Group.
Basically, scientists expected that Centaurus A would have randomly assorted dwarf galaxies, but instead, it appeared to have a ring of co-moving galaxies like our own, against the assumptions of the popular standard theory of the universe. The odds are around one in a thousand that a single galaxy would have a disk of coordinated dwarf galaxies like this. The odds that three galaxies would are a whole lot lower—unless our theory of galaxy formation is wrong….
…But astronomer Stacy McGaugh from Case Western Reserve University pointed out that lambda-CDM already has problems, and absolutely thought three galaxies with planes like this were a challenge to the paradigm. Lambda-CDM’s math generally works (aside from the fact that no one has discovered dark matter yet), so astronomers treat it as a success and either toss anomalies like this one with Centaurus A under the rug, or as a detail that needs to be worked out later.
“At this point, there is a mountain of such contradictory details that we’ve mostly swept under the proverbial rug,” McGaugh said. “Dark matter and dark energy have been around so long that people forget that we backed into them. They’re tooth fairies that we invoked early on to make things work out.” And if no one finds evidence of dark matter, he said, then “the paradigm collapses like a house of cards.”
The New Scientist wrote:
“The dwarf galaxies orbiting the much larger galaxy Centaurus A appear to be moving along the same plane as one another. If this surprisingly coordinated dance around a galactic hub is common across the cosmos, we may have to go back to the drawing board on galaxy formation theory.”
The Daily Mail reported:
“Scientists have discovered a group of satellites orbiting a distant galaxy in a ‘coordinated dance’. It is the first time such an arrangement has been seen outside of the dwarf clusters that orbit the Milky Way and its neighbouring galaxy Andromeda. The discovery uproots standard models of the universe that assume the existence of dark matter, potentially revealing that the enigmatic substance does not exist.
The researchers analysed 16 satellite galaxies around Centaurus A. They found that the satellite galaxies are not only arranged in a single plane, but the plane also rotates coherently: Satellite galaxies on one side of Centaurus A are approaching, while those on the other side are receding. Study coauthor and University of Basel researcher Dr Oliver Muller told MailOnline that from Earth, we see the plane of these galaxies from the side, meaning they move ‘like the horses on a carousel if you stand in front of it.’
The Astronomy website wrote:
“The results, published today in Science, show that the satellite galaxies surrounding Centaurus A, a well-known and relatively nearby galaxy 13 million light-years away, are orbiting not only in a single plane, but in a nice, orderly fashion as well. Such observations confirm what astronomers have already seen around our own Milky Way and the Andromeda Galaxy, but fly in the face of the standard cosmological model, which say that such systems should be rare — as in, 0.5 percent of galaxies. But at three for three, astronomers have seen it in 100 percent of systems, instead.”
An astronomical finding of dwarf galaxies moving in a “choreographed dance” (I know the choreographer!!! lol) around a larger galaxy that is not in our local group flies in the face of the current cosmological models and is described as ‘strange and unexpected’. It is, I believe, no coincidence that I had just written a blog on seeing a celestial event of two translucent objects on either side of the sun, moving in a ‘choreographed dance”. I used the exact same words to describe what I saw. And the very next thing I noticed was this celestial event being eclipsed by Jesus in the sky.
Now, I believe this also speaks into the issue of dark matter. This is the third finding that flies in the face of the current cosmological models that use the underlying assumption that Dark Matter is the reason for everything we can’t explain in the universe.
What is Dark Matter and what’s the big deal?
“Dark matter is one of the most powerful, yet one of the most controversial, ideas to come about in modern physics. We see indisputable evidence that the normal matter present in the Universe, made up of protons, neutrons, and electrons, cannot explain the full suite of gravitational effects on their own. Adding an additional source of mass with particular properties, i.e., dark matter, brings almost all of gravitation’s predictions in line with what we see…
…The most modern simulations do fail to reproduce what’s observed around galaxies like Centaurus A, the Milky Way, and Andromeda, and the authors of the current paper assert that this tension, therefore, favors an alternative to the dark matter explanation.”
This observation gives verifiable evidence that scientists are missing something! The scientific community has inserted the word “Dark Matter” where “the unseen” should be used. They only infer that dark matter exists because of the gravitational effects it has on visible matter.
Let us remember this: “We concentrate not on what is seen but on what is not seen, since things seen are temporary, but things not seen are eternal.” 2 Corinthians 4: 18.
The things in the “unseen” are eternal and are most certainly there. Folks, what we see only makes up about 5% of the universe!
But just because we cannot see them does not mean we are ignorant of them: Apostle Paul even brought to light that we need to be aware and armed with all the weaponry God provides (His Word), “For we are not struggling against human beings, but against the rulers, authorities and cosmic powers governing this darkness, against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realm.” Ephesians 6:12. There are spirtual forces around us. Some good and clean; some bad and unclean
So, I believe that in my dream, Jesus was also pointing to Him being our Designer, our Creator, the One who choreographed this dance!